Military Toxic Exposure Guide
We created the guide that our famly needed.
While we continue to work with the VA and DoD to improve treatment measures, we've assembled a guide to navigating treatment for burn pit exposure and help you advocate for yourself and your family.
Our goal is to provide the information and resources that military personnel and veterans need to manage their health, and to raise awareness about the dangers of burn pit exposure. We hope that this book will serve as a valuable resource for everyone who is concerned about the health effects of burn pit exposure.
We've outlined the specifics of what burn pit exposure means, and included the list of known burn pits )past and present) that you can compare against your service record.Download The Guide
An overview of the number of service members potentially affected by burn pit exposure, a list of reported symptoms collected via the Burn Pits 360 Independent Registry, Veteran Profiles of service members suffering from exposure, Reported Cancers, A Registry Heat Map, and a comprehensive Toxic Exposure Table.Download The Guide
A run down on Toxic Exposure Screenings as well as information on Environmental Coordinators, The War Related Illness and Injury Study Center, and the Post Deployment Cardiopulmonary Evaluation Network.Download The Guide
In this section you will find additional resources that may be helpful to you or a loved one going through the VA claims process, dealing with the effects of burn pits, or navigating life after the military. From the Veteran Crisis line to memorandums and letters that helped us pass The PACT Act.Download The Guide
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